February 22-26, 2021

February 22-26, 2021
Posted on 02/22/2021

Interested in trying out for boys’ volleyball? Please see Coach Goodman in room# 1140 during VikingTime on Thursday 2/25.

 ANY student interested in being a part of the 2021-2022 Maroon & White Newspaper staff is invited to a "Maroon & White Get-To-Know-Us Introduction Extravaganza Meeting" in the auditorium during homeroom on Thursday, February 25th.

 There will be a meeting for all current THS students who are interested in trying out for volleyball next year who are not currently playing a spring sport on Wednesday, February 24 after school in Coach Tiller's room 3425. The meeting should last 15-20 minutes.

 Second semester AP students need to sign in to their My AP using their College Board account and indicate their AP exam decision(s) as Yes or No. Each student is responsible for updating their exam status for all spring AP courses by Friday, February 26, 2021 to avoid a $40.00 non-refundable late fee per exam.

 Any student interested in working on the Crew (backstage, usher, box office, lights, makeup, costumes, etc.) for the Spring Musical, please go see or email Mrs. Davis and let her know. There will be a production meeting later this month.

 On Tuesday, March 2, 2021, all juniors will take an official ACT during regular school hours. The exam format is paper/pencil, so both remote and in-person learners will need to report to THS by 7:15 AM.

 To ensure a safe ACT administration to our Juniors, March 2, 2021 will be a remote learning day for students in grades 9, 10, & 12. 

Stay up-to-date on ACT information by frequently checking the THS Testing Information webpage on the THS website:  Click Here

Any current freshman interested in yearbook should attend the informational meeting in Mrs. Vickers’s room (3431) during homeroom on Feb. 26. 

 ETSU Upward Bound is currently taking applications for new 9th  and 10th grade students. Upward Bound is a program designed to help students succeed in high school and achieve their goal of going on to college. The program is free and Upward bound helps students determine what college is best for them. Students will receive  tutoring and advanced skill development geared toward college and career preparation, ACT test prep, scholarship information workshops and individual counseling sessions for financial aid. During the summers, students participate in a residential program on ETSU’s campus. Upon graduation from high school, the program provides tuition assistance, tutoring, books, and supplies for up to two summer classes at ETSU. More info and the application can be found online at www.etsu.edu/ub


 The Viking Motorcycle Club will meet Wednesday afternoons in Mr. Strickland’s room (3418) directly after school. All are welcome to join.

A free week of boot camp (Monday-Thursday, 4:30 – 6:30 pm) will immediately precede the following 2021 ACT TEST dates:

Tuesday, March 2 state-wide ACT for Tennessee juniors only during school hours (this is the only free one during spring)

Saturday, April 17 national ACT for those signed up by the March deadline.

Saturday, June 12 national ACT for those signed up by the May deadline.

NO BOOT CAMP for this one: Saturday, July 17 national ACT for those signed up by the June  deadline.

 Photos for the senior memory video should be submitted to Mrs. English by Spring Break.  Each senior can submit 2 photos (formal yearbook photos are automatically included).  Photos including several senior friends are great!  If you have any group photos from elementary school, those are always fun too!  Mrs. English also needs song suggestions!  Email photos and/or song suggestions to Mrs. English at englisht@btcs.org.


 Hey, Seniors! Worried about getting your community service hours during COVID? Not sure you'll have time to complete all your hours? TN Achieves/TN Promise is now accepting VIRTUAL community service. All you have to do is click on the link below, log in, and watch webinars for one hour of community service per webinar. You must complete 8 hours of community service to stay eligible for the TN Promise Scholarship. See your THS School Counselor if you have any questions. 



 ATTENTION SENIORS! Do you or your parent/guardian need help filling out the FAFSA? There are a few options to obtain help. You may contact the outreach team anytime by emailing fafsa.help@tn.gov or calling 615-350-8668. You may also contact your school counselor or Drew Gray our Niswonger College access advisor by emailing him at grayac@btcs.org.


 Tennessee High School’s PTA NEEDS YOU! Our main source of funding comes from membership dues from parents and teachers. WHAT DO PTA DUES FUND? Membership dues help the PTA fund $1200 in annual scholarships for two seniors each year; host luncheons for teachers and staff; and help purchase special items for students as requested by staff.

HOW TO JOIN PTA? Joining the THS PTA could not be easier. Simply click on the link below.

https://ths.memberhub.store/ The dues are $7 per individual; or $20 per family.


 Please make sure that you have your parking lot stickers displayed properly in your vehicle.  All students who park on campus in either the Sr. Parking Lot or the Southside Parking Lot must have their vehicle registered in the office (see Ms. Alley in the business office for the required paperwork) and have the proper parking lot sticker displayed in the windshield of their vehicle.  Vehicles that are not registered with the school and do not display a LOT PARKING PASS are considered to be parked illegally and are subject to towing at the owners expense.  Only properly registered vehicles with the current 2020-21 Parking Lot Window Stickers will be allowed to park in campus parking lots.   

Don’t forget to link your Food City Value card to Tennessee High School. You can do this by going to foodcity.com/schoolbucks.

If the student plans to take clinical internship class 2nd semester, they MUST obtain a copy of proof of the flu vaccine administered when they get it here at school. It is nearly impossible to track down once they leave and months have gone by. They can bring that directly to Mrs. Moore and I will file it away safe until needed next semester. 

 Help support the PTA through this year’s Turtleson fundraiser!  Turtleson offers premier lifestyle and active wear perfectly suited to your style. Turtleson is owned by Tennessee High School graduates, and now their own children are students at Tennessee High. In support of THS, they have offered to host this fundraiser, discounting the apparel and matching up to $500.  This link (https://bit.ly/THSptaFundraiser2021) will automatically enter in your discount code during the "checkout" process. This code entitles you to 25% off of your Turtleson order from the options below. 25% will go to Tennessee High School and will be matched up to $500 by Turtleson.  If you do not use the link, you can also enter the code: TNHIGH2021PTA.  Thank you for your support!!

FCA meets on Fridays after school in the auditorium

A fire can breakout with little or no warning. The more prepared you are, the safer you will be. Once you evacuate due to a fire, NEVER go back inside a burning building. Once out, stay out. Firefighters will rescue anyone who needs help.


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